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    Good grief! That's terrible! Can you make your parents aware of her diabolical plan? It sounds like your mother already sees at least some of what's going on.
    My parents don't speak to me. So that's a dead end road. Amazing that a 26 year old with no work or life experiences except fucking bareback and the guy left her during pregnancy and signed away all rights in court can come into another family (as a girlfriend) and start calling the shots. She got rid of me because I'm the only one who will stand up to her and she knows it.

    To be honest, I don't really give a shit anymore. They can have everything, this includes whenever the last one of my parents is alive (btw I still live with them, they just refuse to speak to me for months now because we always get in arguments over this bitch) will be fending for themselves or having my brother have to move in. My own doctor told me to move away and never come back. Mother doesn't want me leaving because she hates my father. Just wants brother. Messages him ever single night. How was work? What did you have for dinner? But with me she crosses every boundary. Taunts me and when I approach her she runs to the phone and says she is calling the police. Gaslighting bitch eh? My brother gf did the same with her neighbors. Called them on for a fight and called the cops on them.

    My brother hasn't spoken to me in like 2-3 years.

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    I take vacations with some of my buddies, we have a blast
    I also eat out a lot
    play tons of golf and tennis

    and still the cash piles up
    it piles up if there isnt a woman around

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    New cars are my thing. After years and years of driving crap and paying and paying for repairs I said ENOUGH! I figured getting a new car every three years works because Im under warranty for the major stuff that breaks. Im not shelling out for repairs for the crap that wears out on a car, so Im money ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Handf View Post
    I have so many guitars people often comment, Got enough guitars? lol I have a 1972 C10 pickup that I tinker with. Just bought a 4 runner to do some traveling. I am self employed so I am able to pick and choose the jobs I want to do feel very blessed for that. Fishing, hunting are things I plan to do more of this coming summer..
    I am up to 12 total at the moment, I can see myself getting atleast another 4 I have a bit of a wish list. Even at 12 it so many that I have them on a kind of roster as I like to keep them in their cases most of the time. So in a sense it is wasteful but I don't care, I like knowing I have them and it is a boyhood dream come true.

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    I find it interesting, the things that people collect. My hobby, pinball machines, is unusual, everybody says, but not to those who share my hobby.

    So far, do I see two, maybe three members here who collect guitars?

    May I ask, are any of you musicians? Do you play only privately, or in public (except for Covid, maybe)? Ok with me if you are not a musician, as that makes it more interesting that you collect guitars.
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    https://media.discordapp.net/attachm...915&height=686 Thats 100 books for $800 off of ebay. I purchased it on a whim a couple months ago when the Warhammer prices tanked because Warhammer+ is apparently a garbage fire. I love that i can drop that kind of money and not even worry about next months rent. I grew up in a house where i did not get to OWN a new shirt until i was 19 or a new pair of pants until i was 25, both of which i had to buy for myself. Gods do i love that i can do that now and not worry about rent.

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    Re: Flex your MGTOW lifestyle a bit here

    Quote Originally Posted by Vulgmarx View Post
    I grew up in a house where i did not get to OWN a new shirt until i was 19 or a new pair of pants until i was 25, both of which i had to buy for myself.
    Wait a minute. May I please unpack this statement? Your wording is puzzling me.

    I'm taking you literally here, so I am really curious about the way you wrote what you wrote.

    I gotta ask! Who OWNED the shirts you wore until age 19 and the pants you wore until age 25?

    i did not get to OWN
    You were prevented from buying clothes?

    i had to buy for myself.
    Well, everybody has to buy their own clothes in adulthood, but are you saying you were forced to buy them?

    So, you were prevented from new clothes then were later forced to buy them? Never was it your choice anytime along the way?

    From what you wrote, it sounds like you had it much nicer than many people, free trousers until age 25, but are you complaining?

    All the clothes my parents bought for me were considered mine. The hand-me-downs from my older brother were considered mine once Mom decided they were mine. Once I left home at age 19, I bought my own clothes. I suppose I could say I was forced to buy them as no one was going to buy them for me. But it just seems strange to say it that way, like I was a victim or something. I'm forced to feed myself, too.
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    Re: Flex your MGTOW lifestyle a bit here

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    I find it interesting, the things that people collect. My hobby, pinball machines, is unusual, everybody says, but not to those who share my hobby.

    So far, do I see two, maybe three members here who collect guitars?

    May I ask, are any of you musicians? Do you play only privately, or in public (except for Covid, maybe)? Ok with me if you are not a musician, as that makes it more interesting that you collect guitars.
    I do play as well, it is one of the only things I have ever wanted to do in my life. Play guitar. Music pretty much saved me growing up. I mostly play privately but in the past I have been in bands.

    I like pinball machines and my ideal MGTOW pad would have a pinball machine or two, one of those sit down arcade car games and a shooter game, preferably one with a gun. And a reading room! A smallish room dedicated to a chair and a book case.

    I used to collect old oddities as well, I have an old sword, bayonets, trench art, old coins and notes, even a dinosaur tooth! So there would be a display case for those things as well as model airplanes. I was born in the 70's but my soul seems to be very much in the 40's and 50's in terms of interests.

    I have old world sensibilities, even as a kid I was like an old man compared to other kids!

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    Re: Flex your MGTOW lifestyle a bit here

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Wait a minute. May I please unpack this statement? Your wording is puzzling me.
    I'm taking you literally here, so I am really curious about the way you wrote what you wrote.
    I gotta ask! Who OWNED the shirts you wore until age 19 and the pants you wore until age 25?
    That would be my parents. And the your missing the important word "New". I got nothing but hand me downs until i was 18+, and becouse my mother would have a shrieking, screaming, rolling around on the floor fit if i spent a single penny of my paycheck on ANYTHING visible to her, IE clothing, i did not get to actually buy anything with my money until i moved out at 19. You never realize how weird your house is until you've left it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    You were prevented from buying clothes?
    Shrieking, screaming, rolling around on the floor tantrums from my mother.

    I still did goodwill pants until 25, because no money. But i was at least able to afford off the rack shirts.

    And just to put "No Money" into context for you, when i went to college i was 6 ft tall and weighed 115 lbs. That wasnt me being anorexic, my family had no food. Or rather refused to buy food in appreciable quantities. So yeah, money was a problem certain females in the house made INFINITELY worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    I am up to 12 total at the moment, I can see myself getting atleast another 4 I have a bit of a wish list. Even at 12 it so many that I have them on a kind of roster as I like to keep them in their cases most of the time. So in a sense it is wasteful but I don't care, I like knowing I have them and it is a boyhood dream come true.
    As a guitarist myself, I would like to ask you a few things.

    How often do you play?

    Can you name your 12, and the 4 on your wishlist?

    Which picks are your favorite?

    What genre do you play?

    I only have 1, an acoustic. Play about 2-3 hours per day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I find it interesting, the things that people collect. My hobby, pinball machines, is unusual, everybody says, but not to those who share my hobby.

    So far, do I see two, maybe three members here who collect guitars?

    May I ask, are any of you musicians? Do you play only privately, or in public (except for Covid, maybe)? Ok with me if you are not a musician, as that makes it more interesting that you collect guitars.
    I don't collect them but I play my guitar publicly (happy hour gigs, have only done two since covid). Playing on the street can be dangerous and hardly anyone carries cash so I avoid busking.

    I played for a hobby all my life. Literally. I believe I was 6 or 8 when I started but I don't remember not knowing how to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BedroomBully View Post
    As a guitarist myself, I would like to ask you a few things.

    How often do you play?

    Can you name your 12, and the 4 on your wishlist?

    Which picks are your favorite?

    What genre do you play?

    I only have 1, an acoustic. Play about 2-3 hours per day.
    I try and play every day, sometimes work (I do 10-12 hour shifts) means I don't touch the guitar for a few days. I don't have a hard and fast playing schedule sometimes I play more often than others. Right now I am noodling on the guitar as I surf the net. Other times it is more focused.

    I don't really have a fave pick, I have a lot of picks though! I have a Dunlop Tortex on my desk now probably medium, I use Fender and Gibson too, usually medium they seem to work well. I do have some soft picks as I would like to try playing funk and I think their flexibility would help with the fast choppy riffs.

    My tastes are broad, rock, metal, punk, hard rock, blues,rockabilly classical, country, soul, R&B, jazz, funk. I try to play what I like song wise and I try to mix it up so I am not just playing the same type of music all the time.

    My collection;
    Gibson Les Paul 60's Standard
    Gibson Les Paul Studio
    Gibson Explorer
    Fender American Special Stratocaster HSS
    Squier Classic Vibe 50's Telecaster (Cheap guitar but fucking awesome, tempted to get the 50's Strat in same CV range)
    BC Rich Warlock
    Jackson V
    ESP LTD Viper 256 (was a toss up between Gibson SG or this one, I opted for this one and it is awesome)
    Epiphone Riveria Custom
    Old no name Strat copy, first electric will one fix it up.
    Yamaha acoustic electric great guitar, thin electric style neck.
    Alpha acoustic - cheap guitar off ebay that I don't have to worry too much about. Good tone.

    On wish list;

    Stratocaster SSS probably Fender, maybe Squier.
    Gibson 50's Les Paul
    BC Rich Mockingbird
    A super strat of some kind.
    Fender Jaguar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    I try and play every day, sometimes work (I do 10-12 hour shifts) means I don't touch the guitar for a few days. I don't have a hard and fast playing schedule sometimes I play more often than others. Right now I am noodling on the guitar as I surf the net. Other times it is more focused.

    I don't really have a fave pick, I have a lot of picks though! I have a Dunlop Tortex on my desk now probably medium, I use Fender and Gibson too, usually medium they seem to work well. I do have some soft picks as I would like to try playing funk and I think their flexibility would help with the fast choppy riffs.

    My tastes are broad, rock, metal, punk, hard rock, blues, classical, country, soul, R&B, jazz, funk. I try to play what I like song wise and I try to mix it up so I am not just playing the same type of music all the time.

    My collection;
    Gibson Les Paul 60's Standard
    Gibson Les Paul Studio
    Gibson Explorer
    Fender American Special Stratocaster HSS
    Squier Classic Vibe 50's Telecaster (Cheap guitar but fucking awesome, tempted to get the 50's Strat in same CV range)
    BC Rich Warlock
    Jackson V
    ESP LTD Viper 256 (was a toss up between Gibson SG or this one, I opted for this one and it is awesome)
    Epiphone Riveria Custom
    Old no name Strat copy, first electric will one fix it up.
    Yamaha acoustic electric great guitar, thin electric style neck.
    Alpha acoustic - cheap guitar off ebay that I don't have to worry too much about. Good tone.

    On wish list;

    Stratocaster SSS probably Fender, maybe Squier.
    Gibson 50's Les Paul
    BC Rich Mockingbird
    A super strat of some kind.
    Fender Jaguar.
    Nice collection! I only have a Martin D-28.

    I wish I knew how to play electric. Handling the electricity and all the tweaking makes me frustrated. I play bluegrass flatpicking. Very fast but basically 3-4 chord progressions. I was on a big rush getting praise from my teacher but then had an episode with my mother and smashed my laptop. No more video exchanges with teacher.

    My father talked to me for the first time in months this afternoon and said he wishes I didn't smash my stuff (laptop). Said I was a good player. I asked why he never told me or came to see me play and he said I didn't want to ruin it for you, your mother took care of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulgmarx View Post
    That would be my parents. And the your missing the important word "New". I got nothing but hand me downs until i was 18+, and becouse my mother would have a shrieking, screaming, rolling around on the floor fit if i spent a single penny of my paycheck on ANYTHING visible to her, IE clothing, i did not get to actually buy anything with my money until i moved out at 19. You never realize how weird your house is until you've left it.
    I did think about the "new" part but you capitalized the OWN part so I figured I'd run with that.

    Shrieking, screaming, rolling around on the floor tantrums from my mother.
    That's scary.

    I still did goodwill pants until 25, because no money. But i was at least able to afford off the rack shirts.
    I infer you were unemployed, living at home.

    And just to put "No Money" into context for you, when i went to college i was 6 ft tall and weighed 115 lbs. That wasnt me being anorexic, my family had no food. Or rather refused to buy food in appreciable quantities. So yeah, money was a problem certain females in the house made INFINITELY worse.
    I hear you. We were six kids with dad an airman in the Air Force (low pay). My older sisters told me that sometimes my Mom hawked her wedding ring to get money to make it to the monthly payday. We each got one and only one present each Christmas. I didn't expect birthday presents. I wasn't as tall as you but I was 5'10' weighed 115-120 lbs. My mom's friend once described me as anemic. I look at old pics and I looked a bit skeletal. Just thin and lanky, I guess, sometimes with slightly caved cheeks.

    At dinner, my mom would try to stretch one can of cream corn for all of us and I told her I would not eat so that others could have decent portions. That made her make more food. Although I cannot say that she was this way at all meals. I was too young skinny to notice what eating meagerly looked like.

    I had maybe 4-5 pairs of pants of different styles and several shirts and, to try to avoid looking like I wore the same stuff everyday, being the brainiac that I was, I actually made a matrix chart on the wall of my bedroom, pants were the matrix rows, shirts were the matrix columns, where I'd check off the next intersecting row and column each day so I wouldn't repeat a combination until I ran through all of the combinations. So funny to me now. What a dork I was, but it still makes sense that I would do that!

    My sisters were often big-mouthed and defiant and my dad fought with them a lot. My mom had mental stability problems and fought with my dad. I remember doing my homework at the kitchen table at age 7-8 while mom threw dishes across the room at dad. This was normal stuff, doing homework amid the yelling and screaming. One time she threw a fork at him and it stabbed his chin, hanging momentarily there before its own weight dropped it to the floor. I watched with emotional detachment. She ended up having a mental breakdown and went to the hospital for a week. It was hard enough, tough living in villages on overseas assignment as a housewife, villages where no neighbors spoke English, husband at work all day, kids in school all day, no second car. I'd go bats, too. The drama was constant until in the 70s when everybody either just got tired or a change of military assignment brought a distraction to us all.

    When inducted into the National Honor Society at high school, I wore a suit too small for me but I had no awareness of this, such was my acclimation to "making do". Other guys there tried to say something but I couldn't hear them. My folks didn't notice either. Back then, we took a bath once a week. I shudder at that today but I've read of other families from that time period who have said the same. Perhaps we were hillbillies and didn't know it. I was a sweet boy. I asked a good-looking girl to the 10th grade prom and I later thought she said yes as to not hurt my feelings. I will always give her much credit for that. Right after the prom, she started dating a good-looking guy, much classier than me, so maybe I happened to ask her to the prom before he could and maybe she was coached by her mom to do the right thing by me. We were all so young and stupid anyway but I give her credit no matter what.

    This is more than I'd thought I'd ever say on this forum and I'm not trying to compete with you or best you but I wanted you to know that I understand and that you are not alone for what you went through. From what I recall in late 50s, early 60s childhood, life back then was far from gentrified for anybody, nothing like today, and today I SMH at the liberals who claim I've had a life of white privilege.

    I hope you are working to overcome the bad parts, if they still get to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I find it interesting, the things that people collect. My hobby, pinball machines, is unusual, everybody says, but not to those who share my hobby.

    So far, do I see two, maybe three members here who collect guitars?

    May I ask, are any of you musicians? Do you play only privately, or in public (except for Covid, maybe)? Ok with me if you are not a musician, as that makes it more interesting that you collect guitars.
    I have played the guitar since the age of 9. I used to play out as much as I could before the plandemic. I just love guitars so for me it's an obsession of sorts my x hated the fact I owned so many..lol Plus some guitars are just flat out sexy..

    I do try to play every day but life dose get in the way sometimes...I love all music to me a good song is a good song music is my religion it's got me through some dark times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    I try and play every day, sometimes work (I do 10-12 hour shifts) means I don't touch the guitar for a few days. I don't have a hard and fast playing schedule sometimes I play more often than others. Right now I am noodling on the guitar as I surf the net. Other times it is more focused.

    I don't really have a fave pick, I have a lot of picks though! I have a Dunlop Tortex on my desk now probably medium, I use Fender and Gibson too, usually medium they seem to work well. I do have some soft picks as I would like to try playing funk and I think their flexibility would help with the fast choppy riffs.

    My tastes are broad, rock, metal, punk, hard rock, blues,rockabilly classical, country, soul, R&B, jazz, funk. I try to play what I like song wise and I try to mix it up so I am not just playing the same type of music all the time.

    My collection;
    Gibson Les Paul 60's Standard
    Gibson Les Paul Studio
    Gibson Explorer
    Fender American Special Stratocaster HSS
    Squier Classic Vibe 50's Telecaster (Cheap guitar but fucking awesome, tempted to get the 50's Strat in same CV range)
    BC Rich Warlock
    Jackson V
    ESP LTD Viper 256 (was a toss up between Gibson SG or this one, I opted for this one and it is awesome)
    Epiphone Riveria Custom
    Old no name Strat copy, first electric will one fix it up.
    Yamaha acoustic electric great guitar, thin electric style neck.
    Alpha acoustic - cheap guitar off ebay that I don't have to worry too much about. Good tone.

    On wish list;

    Stratocaster SSS probably Fender, maybe Squier.
    Gibson 50's Les Paul
    BC Rich Mockingbird
    A super strat of some kind.
    Fender Jaguar.
    Nice! A Jag is on my my list of acquisitions as well!

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    The house is paid for. The car is paid for. No credit card debt. I'm retired. I've got a modest gun collection, knife collection, a pretty extensive library and an extensive DVD collection. The most important "thing" I have is I own my own life. That is beyond price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Handf View Post
    I have played the guitar since the age of 9. I used to play out as much as I could before the plandemic. I just love guitars so for me it's an obsession of sorts my x hated the fact I owned so many..lol Plus some guitars are just flat out sexy..

    I do try to play every day but life dose get in the way sometimes...I love all music to me a good song is a good song music is my religion it's got me through some dark times.
    I started young as well but it was an uphill battle. I didn't have any clue what I was doing nor did my family have any musical background. Even my school was crap when it came to the arts. I started off on a nylon string acoustic guitar and the fretboard was so wide that it was impossible to form barre chords. My first electric wasn't a lot better.

    I didn't get a proper electric until I was an adult and it was like an epiphany, all of a sudden I could play better!

    What is your fave guitar in your collection?

    Quote Originally Posted by BedroomBully View Post
    Nice collection! I only have a Martin D-28.

    I wish I knew how to play electric. Handling the electricity and all the tweaking makes me frustrated. I play bluegrass flatpicking. Very fast but basically 3-4 chord progressions. I was on a big rush getting praise from my teacher but then had an episode with my mother and smashed my laptop. No more video exchanges with teacher.

    My father talked to me for the first time in months this afternoon and said he wishes I didn't smash my stuff (laptop). Said I was a good player. I asked why he never told me or came to see me play and he said I didn't want to ruin it for you, your mother took care of that.
    Electric can be easier than acoustic. The fretboards/necks can be narrower and easier to handle. I always wanted to learn flat picking, that country style chicken picking as well. I need to work on it so far I am lacking the patience, I like the Chet Atkins style picking as well.

    Having a supporting family seems to make a difference, I never had one either. I should look into proper lessons too some things are hard to pick up just online.

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    @Kryptic I have a 62 RI Tele that I adore but alas she need's new fret's I have played it so much.. I never had any support as a kid either I was so smitten with guitar I just played with as many people as I could. I found it better than any lesson's I ever had surrounding myself with better players made me up my game.

    I like to play acoustic for practice it's just so organic no hiding from mistakes once you get a tune down then playing it on electric is a breeze. A good acoustic cost good money but they play / sound so good it's worth the money IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I'm not trying to compete with you or best you but I wanted you to know that I understand and that you are not alone for what you went through. From what I recall in late 50s, early 60s childhood, life back then was far from gentrified for anybody, nothing like today, and today I SMH at the liberals who claim I've had a life of white privilege.

    I hope you are working to overcome the bad parts, if they still get to you.
    *high fives*

    I am sticking half my money in a 401K and will be retired by the time i am 55. So i would like to think i have gotten...around it. Maybe not over but definitely around.

    Please enjoy a video of me talking down the concept of white priviledge from a marxist perspective! [URL redacted]



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